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by Simon Yuen on Oct 2, 2015 in Products
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Bang & Olufsen connects old and new products wirelessly

Recently, Bang & Olufsen announced that the brand new BeoLink Multiroom system, which allows users to control music throughout the home as easily as turning on and off the lights. With the new system, users simply need to touch the product to link the multiroom experience. Users can then play different music in different rooms, or let one song flow throughout their entire home.

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Bang & Olufsen TVs can also be connected by using BeoRemote One or the new BeoMusic App, and these tools allow users to link or unlink rooms. BeoSound Moment is the core part of the BeoLink Multiroom set-up, which adapts listening patterns and selects music that fits with the relevant time of the day.

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Old products won't be eliminated as BeoLink Multiroom is compatible with previous devices. "Bang & Olufsen products are not commodities that you buy and throwaway. With BeoLink Multiroom we emphasize our commitment to our customers by creating a set-up that allows you to unite new and classical products via state-of-the art wireless technology," says Marie Kristine Schmidt Vice President, Brand, Design & Marketing Bang & Olufsen.

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